- Fire Island Gears Up For Summer Tourism After Successful 2015 According to a new report, visitors created $23 million in economic benefits for the Long Island vacation hot spot in 2015.
- Manhattan DA Hopes To Give Those With Outstanding Warrants A 'Clean Slate' The Manhattan District attorney is holding another "clean slate" day, where people with open warrants for low level offenses get a chance to wipe their records clean.
- Contractor Accused Of Ripping Off Sandy Victim Before Disappearing To Florida The recovery from Superstorm Sandy has, for too many, never really happened.
- Trump Rally In Chicago Abruptly Postponed Amid Protests, Clashes A Donald Trump rally planned for Friday evening in Chicago was abruptly postponed, following massive clashes between protesters.
- Hoboken Residents Split Over Flood Wall That Could Protect City From Storm Surges Driving along Sinatra Drive it's easy to see why Hoboken residents love their view across the Hudson River to Manhattan, but you can also see how easily it floods.
- Gillibrand Bill Would Create New FEMA Oversight Gillibrand's proposal would streamline the insurance review process and improve communication.
- NJ Assemblyman Among Those Facing Dune Lawsuit A New Jersey state assemblyman who has refused to sign an easement allowing a dune project to be built behind his oceanfront house is among seven homeowners being sued by the state.
- 'Ready Girl' Saves The Day With Emergency Preparedness Education Meet 'Ready Girl,' NYC Emergency Management's super-charged hero, dedicated to spreading the word about disaster preparedness.
- FEMA Slow To Review Claims Of Underpayment By Sandy Victims Fewer than 200 checks have been issued for an average of $15,000.
- Residents In Gerritsen Beach Still Looking At Sandy-Damaged Boats 3 Years Later The Parks Department said it expects to have all Sandy-damaged boats and debris removed from New York City's waterways by the end of next year.